Located in an exceptional setting on Île de la Cité, this restaurant serves up inventive eats that often nod to Chef Eugénie's Senegalese roots. Though modern and precise, there's a refreshing lack of snobbery in this intimate, couple-run place. You really oughta opt for the wine pairings.
Meaning "The Swamp" in French, this trendy neighborhood scored its nickname back in the Middle Ages when it was just a patch of irrigated gardens. Now, it's an alluring mélange of exquisite Jewish bakeries, independent boutiques, 16th century mansions, and a bumping gay-friendly scene.
This little bar has an expertly-curated cocktail list & inventive bartenders willing to wing any drink based on your tastes. The friendly-staff, low-lights, and tucked-away location make it your best place for a night-cap away from the red lights of the infamously rowdy Place Pigalle.